Religion

Fascism ‘has the rudiments of a new religion’, wrote Schneider and Clough.

Secular religiousness is one of the more original aspects of the movement, as well as being one of the factors behind its success.

This religion sacralized the state and assigned it the primary educational task of transforming the mentality, the character, and the customs. The aim was to create a 'new man', a believer in and an observing member of the cult of Fascism.

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